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:*Start '''Krdc''' (<menuchoice>Kickoff button -> Applications -> Internet -> Krdc</menuchoice>)
 
:*Start '''Krdc''' (<menuchoice>Kickoff button -> Applications -> Internet -> Krdc</menuchoice>)
:*Type in the address of the host computer (VNC protocol) (Please use the address sent from the host. These are just examples.)
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:*Type in the name or ''ip address'' of the host computer (this is a VNC protocol) (You'll need to obtain the ''ip address'' of the host from the host. Here are some examples:)
 
:**Krfb(KDE3)--192.168.1.102:0 (identify the screen number after the colon)
 
:**Krfb(KDE3)--192.168.1.102:0 (identify the screen number after the colon)
 
:**Krbf(KDE4)--192.168.1.102:5900 (identify the port after the colon)
 
:**Krbf(KDE4)--192.168.1.102:5900 (identify the port after the colon)
 
:**Gnome ('''TigerVNC''')--192.168.1.102 (the port number is assumed)
 
:**Gnome ('''TigerVNC''')--192.168.1.102 (the port number is assumed)
:*Type the password that the host requires
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:*Type in your user name and then the login password that the host requires. This will be saved in Kwallet by default which means you don't need to login every time you connect. If you are a technician servicing a host computer, you may need a new password every time you login.
:*Adjust the screen to better fit (<menuchoice>Session -> Scale remote screen</menuchoice>...)
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:*When your mouse is within the window limits from the host, you can control the remote computer if that ability was set at the host (recommended).
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:*The guest screen (running '''Krdc''') will show the pointer of the host if you select <menuchoice>Session -> Show local cursor</menuchoice>, otherwise, the only evidence of the position of the host mouse pointer (as shown on the guest screen) is the hover effects.
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Message definition (Krdc)
:*Start '''Krdc''' (<menuchoice>Kickoff button -> Applications -> Internet -> Krdc</menuchoice>)
:*Type in the name or ''ip address'' of the host computer (this is a VNC protocol) (You'll need to obtain the ''ip address'' of the host from the host. Here are some examples:)
:**Krfb(KDE3)--192.168.1.102:0 (identify the screen number after the colon)
:**Krbf(KDE4)--192.168.1.102:5900 (identify the port after the colon)
:**Gnome ('''TigerVNC''')--192.168.1.102 (the port number is assumed)
:*Type in your user name and then the login password that the host requires. This will be saved in Kwallet by default which means you don't need to login every time you connect.  If you are a technician servicing a host computer, you may need a new password every time you login.
Translation:*Start '''Krdc''' (<menuchoice>Kickoff button -> Applications -> Internet -> Krdc</menuchoice>)
:*Type in the name or ''ip address'' of the host computer (this is a VNC protocol) (You'll need to obtain the ''ip address'' of the host from the host. Here are some examples:)
:**Krfb(KDE3)--192.168.1.102:0 (identify the screen number after the colon)
:**Krbf(KDE4)--192.168.1.102:5900 (identify the port after the colon)
:**Gnome ('''TigerVNC''')--192.168.1.102 (the port number is assumed)
:*Type in your user name and then the login password that the host requires. This will be saved in Kwallet by default which means you don't need to login every time you connect.  If you are a technician servicing a host computer, you may need a new password every time you login.
  • Start Krdc (Kickoff button -> Applications -> Internet -> Krdc)
  • Type in the name or ip address of the host computer (this is a VNC protocol) (You'll need to obtain the ip address of the host from the host. Here are some examples:)
    • Krfb(KDE3)--192.168.1.102:0 (identify the screen number after the colon)
    • Krbf(KDE4)--192.168.1.102:5900 (identify the port after the colon)
    • Gnome (TigerVNC)--192.168.1.102 (the port number is assumed)
  • Type in your user name and then the login password that the host requires. This will be saved in Kwallet by default which means you don't need to login every time you connect. If you are a technician servicing a host computer, you may need a new password every time you login.

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